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  Antonio Rangel is the Bing Professor of Neuroscience, Behavioral Biology and Economics at the California Institute of Technology and leads the Neuroeconomics Laboratory. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University and was an Assistant Professor of Economics at Stanford from 1998 to 2006.
  Zeynep Enkavi is a Postdoctoral Scholar in Neuroeconomics. She recently earned her PhD in psychology from Stanford University where she worked with Russ Poldrack. She studies behavioral and neural correlates of decisions that involve tradeoffs between short- and long-term goals. Previously she investigated the psychometric suitability of various self-control measures for individual and group difference analyses in large-scale datasets. At the Rangel lab she hopes to learn more on the implications of changes in intrinsic neural connectivity on value-based decision-making.
  Stephen Gonzalez is a Research Technician Assistant in the Rangel Neuroeconomics Lab. He is a recent graduate of the Neuroimaging and Informatics program at USC. Prior to this he studied Psychology at the California State University of Fullerton. Stephen is highly interested in MRI based cognitive neuropsychological research, particularly in functional and connectivity patterns of the brain. He hopes to take what he learns in the lab into potential doctoral programs. In his spare time, Stephen likes going to the gym, spending time with his friends, and playing video games.
  Elizabeth Schroder is the Lab Manager for the group.


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